Apple Should Allow iPhone Users to Disable the App Library in iOS 14
One of the big new features in iOS 14, the latest operating system update for the iPhone, is called App Library.
Added as a new page on the home screen, App Library is a feature that organizes all your apps into different folders and suggests the ones that may come in handy at certain times.
So theoretically, if you have multiple app pages on the home screen, you just need to swipe right again and again and again until you reach the App Library and thus see how everything is organized in folders.
As it typically does every time a new feature is announced, Apple introduced App Library in iOS 14 with much fanfare, explaining how useful it can especially when having plenty of apps installed on the iPhone.
“Home Screen pages can display widgets that are customized for work, travel, sports, entertainment, and other areas of interest. At the end of the Home Screen pages is the App Library, a new space that automatically organizes all of a user’s apps into one simple, e… (read more)
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